Appraiser One has been serving Bell Canyon for over 35 years
Bell Canyon is a census-designated place (CDP) in Ventura County, California. Bell Canyon is an affluent residential unincorporated community located near West Hills and the western San Fernando Valley in the Simi Hills. Although only minutes from the Los Angeles city limits, Bell Canyon is a horse community. Bell Canyon sits at an elevation of 1,368 feet (417 m).The 2010 United States census reported Bell Canyon’s population was 2,049. Bell Canyon is 1,700 acres of winding streams, plentiful wildlife and rich California history — a community connecting people with nature and each other.
With a collection of custom homes on just under 800 home sites spread across the hillsides and thirteen miles of roads, Bell Canyon offers a contemporary lifestyle within a rustic setting. The amenities are just as stunning as the scenery. Experience horseback riding at the Canyon’s Class-A equestrian facility designed by famed architect Cliff May, tennis at the community courts, hiking or mountain biking through miles of well-kept trails, all with the possibility of coming upon a deer, a woodpecker or a waterfall.
Nature aside, this community’s true richness lies in the feeling of community among residents who call Bell Canyon home. Social events take place throughout the year, catering to many interests, which provide opportunities for residents to get to know their neighbors. The small town feeling is alive and well in Bell Canyon.
This community takes fun seriously with more than a dozen clubs that include a book club, investment club, knitting club and hiking club. And there’s more fun to be had at the numerous special events created for the enjoyment of the residents and their guests, like: Snow Day, Movie Night, Hot August Night, Halloween Hang, wine-tastings, progressive dinners and many more. Bell Canyon offers not only seasonal recreational activities, but weekly classes in yoga and judo, and playgroups for children.
There are also ample opportunities for residents to become involved through one of the many committees including the Kids committee, the Equestrian Center Board of Directors, the Parks committee, the Trails committee and even the Bell Canyon Broadway committee, a community theater group for children under the instruction of a professional director.